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Fareed Zakaria
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    (January 20, 1964- )
    Born in Mumbai, India
    Contributing editor for Time magazine
    Long time columnist for Newsweek
    Hosted 'Fareed Zakaria GPS' on CNN
    Author of 'The Post-American World,' 'The Future of Freedom' and 'From Wealth To Power'
    He was raised in a Muslim family, but, attended a Christian based private school.
    He described himself as a conservative Reaganite because he disliked the results he saw of a regulated economy in India.
    He gained prominence as a foreign policy expert almost exclusively because of the 9/11 terrorist attack.
    He supported Bush's 2003 invasion of Iraq, and three years later, wrote an editorial about why the war was still worth fighting.
    He returned an award given to him by the Anti-Defamation League because he supported building a Ground Zero mosque and the ADL did not.
    He was suspended by both CNN and Time magazine for plagiarising part of an article by Jill Lepore on gun control (August 9, 2012).
    He earned his doctorate from Harvard, and undergrad degree from Yale.
    He was one of the most sought after experts on Middle East foreign policy.
    As time passed, he moved from the political right to the political center.
    The Indian government presented him with an award for his journalistic contributions.
    He supported the building of the Ground Zero mosque because Feisal Abdul Rauf was the complete opposite of Osama Bin Laden who offered a 'liberal interpretation of Islam.'

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